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MRS. KATHERINE FLICK REVEALS THE DISGRACE OF HER
OWN CHILD FROM WITNESS STAND IN ORDER TO ASSIST
THE STATE IN CONVICTINQ PREACHER NELSON
"Th* Ulbl* tells v* not to awenr,
Snd It Is vs le kett to sny *r>n help me
Oeief In the sense It Is used in it'll it
I*. Is^for this reason that «» will
~9*l take the oath."
Mr, and Mis Adam Mnyrr rind
Mr*, Katherlne Flet k. wit ties ar* for
the state tn the nut of I*. II Nel
son, Ihe street pieacher charged
With adultery, made this startling
Statement today tn etpl.tiling their
ii-rus.ii to take th* oath which the
lifts -i tried to aetutlnlstrr when
Ihev were called lo Ihe stand.
They refused to b* sworn, and
were allowed to affirm Instead. They
agreed to lell ih* 'truth, th* whole
truth, and nothing but ih* truth un
der th* i.tii.s and penult) of per
The Nelson trial Is prcigresslng but
slowly on account of th* latge num
ber of witness. . which are tn be ei
amine.!. Th* corridor Is filled with
•hem and look* much Ilk* a busy
corner at an old time camp meet.
Ing, Th* men and women who wltl
testify foe and agrtlnsl the preacher
*r« e-eeedtnity rellgtou* and talk
of little else than c i.e.ls nn.l dog.
mil while they- are waiting for their
turn to testify, earns of them read
Mrs. Kstherlne Fleck, who la th*
STEAMSHIP VICTORIA TO
BECOME EXPOSITION AFLOAT
* Th* Northwestern Steamship
Company's fine steam.li Victoria
will leave this port November 4 for
a round-the-world voyage loaded
with American manufactured good*
for evhit.itie.il in foreign countries.
John R...- : • manager of tb* com
|tany, ha* for several months been
-Bl I *uta*4l.g tilth American manuf* -
tun and merchants to take booths
MM lb* steamer in which to eihit.it
their goods. sad It Is said ha* met
with much success la hi* venture.
It Is planned to saa* th* booth,
along the lower deck, the pasaeßger
Hit Ii to be restricted to 100. sll ex
hibitors 01 members of their fami
Th* vs-ael will call at Yokohama.
Kobe. Nagasaki, Shanghai. Hong
kong. Manila, Singapore. Colombo.
Mauritius. iH-lagna hay Cape Town.
Adelaide. Melbourne, Sydney. Hon
olulu, and If battleship* are not too
artlv* in th* vlctatty. at Port Ar
thur Sad Vladivostok.
< TBI* novel method of advertising
Mike* you stop and wonder If
he did not make a mlsriak* ami
glee ye** lv- offer for .So,
tt'a a* mistake That* our
prtc*. Other Mores chars* you
**c. W* roast our coffee freaß
j every day.
Tea and Coffee Co.
431 Second Aye. Near Madison
Men who demand
snd sppreclat* good
garments should see
our new arrival* In
summer suits. They
ars handsome pro-:
tion*. Prices sr*
Btrong" at Tor oat HiiilM In th*
WO 804 First *v*. cor. Columbia
mother of Mra, Hniilh, testified
i,. iiii-i her ditughter this mnrntng.
She snlit the vviuniiii had gtittrn the
Idea tutu her hen.l that Hi* fiord
iv etitt .1 her to !•.' Nrlsitii's wife attit
that »)ie had on Unit ite.tuiill de
seited tier sit Utile children and
Htiruey Hiullh. a devoted husband.
to link her Uf* with the preacher*
The teiir* came Into the old lady's
eyes whll* she testified, but she says
sh* feels It to be her duty to lesliry,
even Ihtitiuh It te ngulnsl the char
acter Bl her own tlaushlvr. Hit* said
that Neletin *ti>! Ihe woman had
been living together as man nttil
wife and had made no effnit lo con
ceal the f.ict. «s Ihcy believed tt
waa the I.trd's will.
The testimony of Mr*. Adam
Mayer, a »lstrr of MY*. Mtiillh, waa
.hiitit the 88888 as Mi a, Fleck's, snd
Adam Mayer wit* a veiy etiong wit*
ties, against Nelson.
It ta thought that th* state wilt
finish Its case this afternoon.
manufactures sbroad has never
been tried before in the lulled
States although It haa been IB
Kngland. Three years ago a pro
jest was on foot her* to send the
Nome •team. Oregon on imh a
trip, but tb* plans of tb* pron-oter*
never materia!! ml
BOARD OF WORKS AWARDS
NORTH WATER MAIN JO*
Th* bo_rd of public works this
[ morning aaartled rontrscts sggre
gallag nearly 1149.000. The largest
was tbs ...illlll avenue aortb
water main. Itoll A Pric* were the
successful bidder*, their bid belag
li:."'"". for laying east Iroa pip*.
Tb* iiinialrin it* of the mala I* of
much Importsac*. It will extend
from th* ilium pressure re»ervolr
at Volunteer park to Woodland
park, furnishing water to a large
district thst ha. hitherto been una
ble to s«-cur* Cedar river water
The contract for toying th* water
main on iioylston avenue north was
also tot to Bell A Price for 18.188
The Sparger Concrete- t'omp*ny
were the so • eeeful bidder* for lay
ing concrete walks on East Madi
son street from Twenty-third lt»
so* north to TwentT-Blatb sveaoe
t north. The two bidders for toying
1 th*J walks OB nasi Madison street
from th* bridge at Thirtieth avenue
j east to th* lake, ■ .instruction of
which has been enjoined by shut
tine property owner*, were relets*
ed The lowest bid on th* Job was
Rtlrrst - Ooett were given the '
contract for th* construction nf *
sewer on Pike street from Bttth to
Ninth avenue. their bid being
Th- contrsrt for grading Battery j
street from RUth avenue to Penny
way wa. given to J. Kslberg. his hid
of 1..5-7 being the lowest.
The bid*.for grading Atlantic
street wer* referred to the eounrtt.
The limit of assessment for the Im
provement Is I- !•"."■ while th* low
est bid waa 118.1*11 Th* contract
for gracing How* and sdjarent
atre*ta wa* held up. pending *' Hon
of th* council. The lowest bid waa
111 '11. and If th* work Is ordered
the ". .ii tl will have to spprnprtste
ale-tut tl <>••"> ont of the general fund.
The Barber Asphalt Company's
bid of t2.*».534 '„...,.
ttreet waa rejected, beraus* It wss
nrsrly I*. "'•" above the limit of as
tm : iai '
fßpeci.l to Th* atari
lIITZVH-Ui. Wash.; June 21.— J
It. ,tser, who was to have been
tried for burglary today, escaped
from the Adams county Jail st 12 1
last nr■■" by bending the bars of
his cell. Sheriff torso was In
Hpokane on business, and bis son
<:iyd« ws* In charge. When Bhor
no took breakfast, Krsser, his fellow
prisoners said, waa In bed st In
o'etoch. snd when Hhorno went to
take him to tb* court room, he
dlacovered that Vrat.rr had eat up
cd. No trace of hlrn has been found.
COMES TO END
The Ornnd Chapter Itoytil Arch
Masons ut Washington rmlrd It*
.'iitli uiiiiiiiil t'liiiviicntlnii nt noon to
tluy with th* iiiniiiiiiiiii.il of officers
for the coming year. 'I'll* Hireling
ha* been the beat*attended of '111 111
the history of th* order mid many
vtaltltig I'liiiii'iiiilnii. hay* been In
Th* following grnttd ctfflcrr* were
elected nn.l Installed today! Nathan
t*. Potter, high ii lot; mis A
t'i mill -lon. deputy till. 11 pllrsl; Hit II •
niil H, Ntchola, king; Francis It
West, scribe; Hubert I. Mci'ini key,
• .il .in of the ho.t; A I.i ..lu. in I,
Miller, principal aojourner; Fred J
l t—'us..tin, lliiyal Arch raptalit:
Wesley C. Htnne. muster of th* Thlld
Veil; Wain .it> 11. Rowland, in.•*t.i
of Ihe Hrt-ond Veil; Dr. Million, of
It.'lliii.ti.in., master .1 the First
Veil; Horace \V. Tyler, treasurer,
and Yancey C, lllalock, setictaiy.
Illy Bert re* News Aae n >
TUKMONT, N. V.. June ll.—
When the iiujiicst Into Hie lien
Shu urn disaster was resumed thla
morning liech Hand Hautcl O'Neill
awor* that he never participated In
a fir* drill aboard th* Blocum. ll*
dented knowing there had -en a
fir* at-i-attl th* t;i.i. Tim the day prs
vtous. He told a arst-htc story ol
the fit**. *ud decUred thst the fir*
hue* burst ss aoun aa the water was
turned on. An attempt was then
male to bring the deck boa* Into
ns... he said, hut th* coupling did
not fit. He lumped ievt-1 l.iard snd
swam ashore. He landed tn a small
I..at. »',. ti capsl-rd. It* .'to'
being warned by ie man In the
small boat sot to Jump a* th* boat I
Second Engineer Prandow swor*
that tn- received no verbal order*
from 'apt Van Brhatck while the
fir* was Is progress, ll* remained
tn th* engine room until th* Klorum
was fast aground ..... -c no
appliances, hr said, for flooding tb*
bold* In CBS* Of rtnet gen. y.
Nt « TOnK.'-Jiin* Jl.—At »
o'clock this morning twelve addi
tional tie-lies of victims of the Oen.
Riorum disaster wer* recovered,
making a total of Tit. Bitty-four
unidentified bodies are st the
A severe thunder ttorm esrty this
morning caused th. bodtea to com*
tn Ihe surface, eight being found
float Ins Bear attire th* steamer
Th* relief fund bow stands at
ttt.MA. Two four-Inch guns today
will be taken mil on fin* and fir
nt along th* river » her* bodies are
supposed to he .ink
Tile first nf the damage suits ha*
be-** filed by Mr*. Kate Mattler.
who Inst four children. Eh* asks
About fifty Knights Tempter
awaited the arrival of I»rand Com
mander Unrein P. lUult. from Ta
coma, this morning and e*corted
him to tb* Inl'er hotel upon hla
teaching this city. After a short
meeting st the hotel during which
tint* lb* grand commander Met
many of th* member* of the terrier.
tb* local member, of the eommand
ery. 100 strong, •arorled the officer*
of the tiraiid ' -mm«nd»i> from lb*
hotel to th* hall
The e*cort was la full uniform
and toad by th* regular band of lb*
t nmmar. lery At 1 o'clock the flrand
Commandcry waa open—l by lirand
Commander Oault and tbe seventh
. 1 annual conclave of tb* order com-!
menced Th* session will end to
, I morrow afternoon with th* election!
'aad installation of officers for tbs:
I •*—ring year.
Tonight Ih* Order of the Temple
Will he exemplified by lb* grand
officers in the pretenc* of lb* mem- 1
tiers of lb. lira:,.l ' ..inmandet the'
members of the 1n,.! comma
and th* visiting knights.
8- P. fuogan, whoae alleged mania
for salt water bathing ha* let] htm
to live the bra! part of the past I
month hi. to hi* n*rh In brtn* *l
IVc.t Hi-it tie. wa* nir..!, t by I>ep.
utjr Khertrf M '.<• thla afternoon
and 1.-ks.l up In "■ county Jail mi
i a charge of Insanity, Cltliens of]!
*tVe*t Beattle made th* complaint.
SJ. 50, $4.00, 55.00
918 Second Avenue
THE SK.ArH.I'. STAR—TiI K.SI.AV. JUNK at. 1904
WHY HARRIMAN WANTS
TO GET INTO SEATTLLE
Continued From Pag* On*.
Into line us proof that they realise
Hal I liniiii Is i tun I ni: In th* Hound
tily, and that they mil In Obliged
to slture the business hero with Itlm.
They desire tv hold Wuahliigturi'S
trade .ti lualvt Iv (..lln in... Iv cm and.
in Kiting -I fin in nhle. rate, they have
li.iiiml the favor uf the shippers ill
the eastern part ill the state ami
runscqticntly ml that tin v. mi .111
It Is ssaerted that In ess* lint ri
ms, builds Into Brattle, he will get
* hit.i. .li.v.. uf the fruit trade and
CUT A lllfl l n.l Hi:
In the nil' llm i ut iintur.it v. All
this Is renllicd and thai be will
fight Hill to a bitter end la referred
to us on* of Ihe causes why the la,,
Northern line* ure hedgtug,
lln. Niutliilli I'm Hi npt'lil)
lni.ii.tt, that lln line between Heat
tle ami Portland pais mure in ..fit
till passenger traffic than any other
lino In tin' whole country. If nut In
the Whole World. 'Ih.it lln i limiu
ami Id he a boon to both la readily
known to every person who ha* had
an) thing tv do with the i nil nun!
l.tiLiini.t In 111. Pacific Not ii est
That another line between the two
big titles ot the Pat Hie Northwest
wuuld be a boon to both, I* readily
acknowledged ni,l the destruction of
the monopoly ddw held by th*
Northern Pacific would be of Ira
ineuse It in ill to pasaeugrrs and
shippers, not only Ween the two
lair.c cltle*. but all thuae Intermedi
ate, ss well.
The operators of the Northern Pa
cific acknowledge that they need
more equipment between Portland
and Beattle, and another lln* would
reduce ih* atraln upon that road,
la-.i.i. a nil tn lug the in.mi. nti st lain
uputi tin.to who have occasion to 888
it. Competition would inliu* i lie
runnlug time between the two cit
ies, It wuuld reduce tariff rat** and
b* of Inestimable value to tbe „t n
About two year* ago II wa* an-
In.llln ed 11.. it th* *tOCkS Of lb* Hie
Sou Kin.ll IMB and the '• It A N
wer* to I— im ieas.il. la order to
build big Orlrntal liner* in run IB
conjunction with thoa* Itoea. The
MATTI.It WAH Mm tan UP
t.efine tb* -it" holder, at their an
nual meeting and practically decid
ed. Bint* that time there bare been
frequent announcement* thai the
Harriman Interest* were gains '"
tin tea.* their matin. strength
Port I* li d cannot accommodate this
aa th* Columbia rlvtr bar preveots
latg* ship, front reaching th* city,
la order to enlarg* bia oceaa freight
_— tittle,, Mr Harrlß—sa muat first
are* a harbor that cIII a-•..mm.,
•late veaael* of lb* largest type. To
do this he must abandon Portland,
an far a* large vessels ate cub
niiied. and thl. is BMB of lb* res
son* given why be has nut spent a
great deal nf money la ' HiBBiBI,
bt* line* la Oregon.
It la aald that be cannot afford
lo do ... until be baa better fa. Hills*
for handling lb* lace— business
that would foi). this development.
Iterestly there ha* been a i hattge
la th* operating department, of th*
Oregon line*. Th. v 11. * N. aad
lb* Southern Pacific line* in Oregoa
have bee* combined aader on* head
Bad thl* la pointed out a* . very
slgalfleaat move. Formerly tb* two
road* wee* under separate manage
meats Independent of rat other
B8 MM rival line*.
Mr Harnmao baa bees framing
TO SAMS THIS MOVB,
for torn* time and when tb* merger
ws* dissolved, hi* cbaac* lo lieglß
work can*. Mr Hairtmao ...
quick to accept the i ham- lie will
not I**** ■ .Ingle Oolßt Of vantage
■•pel. '.. his competitors snd Will in
C_tmh "A^mm't **•**-. SW-t V* •**•-*" Credit
Z-.TIi lAm Mm p. Storm _
Many Girls Registered
The Heattle girl _ aot the kind who will sit I*, and allow
th* boys to win th* "..I M ...!«, p rites IB the junior saleslady-sale*.
men contest— If th* boys get the biggest and best prltea In this
contest, they will hsvs to work hard.
CVCRY aim SHOULD moist in
Get s supply of .aide and «tar| to work. Bvrry one whose
card It returned to the store get* . prize. It's easy. Com* In,
guis and boys, and let us tell on all shout It.
r' The New Store's
|^S **" Jjt Wednesday
t»_"**ff.V^"^; I* *~ 9 Just an Inducement lo get you to visit the
j t«|_»-***__>• .__»* T new store and bs''tun acquainted with It*
vi%sfr&&&£ ft many ,'!''*»:'*
'__lT c. W l ____. lis _L_ WWMMW __B
n® - *-* li . did golden oak Chiffonier, has large b*v
llHßßCßp******* VI eled French plat* mirror, five extra large
llf)^-",?*--.; -*. Is drawers with plain ..'I brass handle*;
I II swell top drawer. Speclsl for Wednesday
v jj ai2.i*»"
Furniture and Carpet
Second Avenue and Union St root
"lIIC ÜBCRAI OREO IT STORL"
inilf their tei i itm v lie. u,uli'k a* men
. .111 build new lines.
Mi llli llli,-, his opponents In I lie
rami uf inlliii.iil checker* Inn • lift'll
busy lv attempting In bold us linn II
of their I. I 1 ll.ii I ar pusslblu. liar
i intuit liar a 111 lain .|.| .ml,ii,. over
nil itppiun nin lv it water grailn over
the iiiiniiii.iiiiii This Is pointed mil
as tine Of the chief it .Hums why his
iiiiiipi-titniie fear hla entrance tutu
the I'.lr'i I Hound territory.
I 111 I imi.i tn,iii» government
tint te not sec tn ttl tie puilli iilnily
nut!.hi. about sinking much in..in i
at th* tnntitli uf thn Culttmliia liver,
which fills up as fuel as dredges ran
clean It out. Th* etpense of keep
lug a . haunt-! thruugh the l mil.l.i
11l I. Ii». great for private lupltal
and Portland must be euutrnted,
while Ml 11.l i in,.in must seek an
other nee,iii tnitlt t for 111. lluea.
Belittle Is the most convenient
point at which bs i .in 1... ni-' ami
here he must cum*. Hero be could
•hare the I'uget Kuund traffic with
I the nt in i llm.. and get a puil "I Hi*
great profit lv
INCUI'ASI.Nd 111 MNKM.
hi wt. ii .(■ .it.i" and Portland. In lin
ing hi. he is siinpiv carrying
nut the plans uf the liilt.ii I'aelflc
with Ii were sliuntliiui il ..wing to
bard times twrlv* years ago.
These are 'tie elf th* it-aa—US.
rUt n by i.iiii.,...i nieu why Ml liar
tim.,ll Is coining to the Hound and
th* ii It "li »li) he la now buylug a
terminal la the Heattle ltd* lands
.Three yeats mure, at . -Hilitis to
thus* wht. ar* on th* Inald* of th*
II all -act Inn, Will .■• Haul lint It's
trains running into Heattl* over hit
t.» it alia.
Th* i.rut visit of A. J. I*iling,
|... ■ i.'t i.i of the Chicago, Milwaukee
A St. Paul, tv Washington and Ore
gon, and hla ettended trip over tbe
line* of th* ll.ni imaii aystrtn, Is
considered to have sum.' bearing
tipnii lb*' present railroad move
nt nt Ttl* Blandard Oil company,
I'm.i.l. I.i i.iit'.g of the Milwaukee,
and Mr. lUuiin.n are closely idea |
tified In many ways.
It has been lindel.'ienl for years '
that tb* Mi 1..... wuuld like to
I OETTOTHB COABT.
and certain Interreta controlled by
the road IB < thla territory ahuws tbat
ultimately that line will bate a ter
minal her* Th* present Western
terminus of the Mtlwauk** I* at
-tart sad Chsmb*rlaln, Mouth I'•
kulß. I'fe.iiiiit filing built the
line frmn lllarkfoot to Salmon Ida
I bo, supposedly Tor tbe purpo** of j
j later *t.*ndlßg tb* Milwaukee to
i tbat ,"ißt sad them.- to the ...eat
Th* Has Stout Sam..,ii lib. la now
Used 1., the Oregon Htto't Line, a
Harrtmaa mad. and It 1* believed
that tin visit of the Milwaukee pres
ident over lb* Hartiman system bat
some oo«n«~tiou with the project of
building th* Harriman line* to
It tS stigst etcl that the Milwaukee
will build from either Kraft or
ChaUit-eiialu. 8. I), to Ills, kfo.it.
Idaho, and from Salmon to Seattle,
or *o»* other I'uget 80-tad point,
snd tbat Harrtmaa will project bis
line from Portland to Heettie
This would give lUrriniai. snd
the Milwaukee, . -staple! circuit
SBd place them In competition with
, the Northern Pacific and th* Great
I Northern. This wo, .1. glv* ths
\ Htandard Oil c**U_np_*|j V A coast chain
»it tbat itockefeltor could ship bit
oil along the I'actflr coast over lines
tbat ar* tboroutbly la symplhy
Tb* Standard Oil company * big
pun-baa* of property la Tacoma a
short time ago la said to bsv* com*
tunnei ion with lb*
lliti HA 11.HO Alt PLAN.
and local railroad men are of the
opinion that aome such frame up
ha. been made Why the Mllwau-
ken would want s lln* In liliilin can
not I. evillained, unless fur th*
p.ii pi of sumo time using It si a
part uf Its it* ii system.
Hum* all road prophets ... the
Milwaukee will build from Kvart, M
H, th* must until,, in 1.1 initial, aa
this will bring II In . I BOtßpstl*
linn with the northern lines. This
Would give iii'at h- hi..l the I'uget
Hound another tin. . in inn. a
Hon with HI Paul mid * liiiinigli
line to ' 'hit ago ,
Whether Hi. Milwaukee la Inter
ested In thn present move la shroud
ed In mystery, but there l* a firm
liflii'f that this road la with Haul
in it NEW mi mi Kit '
•Our New Minister" will lie Hi
hill 111 11... 1.l 11,. I tonight, tomorrow
afternoon and tomorrow ulght. It
|| I cm nl, wholesome pastoral piece
and ta drawing well.
Muitdn Adams alii appear nn Fri
tin and Haturtlay evenings In "Th*
Little Minister." The similarity ot
titles of the two playe means little,
ss Mis* Adams will Jump over Into
the Highlands of Hcottaud and con
vert the iii.mil It...mis lulu the land
of tb* Immil" brier bush.
•Tin: city of ni:w yoiik."
•The City of New York." which it
being ably 1.-n..n. •! Bt the Third Av
enue, will continue through the
week. It la attracting good crowd*.
"Till: HAN Or MTBTERT.'*
"The Mun nf Mystery," or "Th*
It.ihi ml.m Detective," whlrti has
kept the Alcatsr filled since Bunday
night, will continue until Thursday,
whrn th* 1.11 l changes.
"Dsvy Crockett" will follow "The
Man Of Mystery" nt tin Ah star.
opening Thursday night, snd eon*
tiuulng till Batutday night.
BODY NOT FOUND
Th* body of the unknown sul- I
ride who met death In the bay Bun- |
•lav night baa not been rec-jvered. j
The men who .aw tin- man plunge
Into the water •till slick to the
story it,at I.' w*a drowned. They j
1,a., lit* hat Still In tltrlr lHiS.ee
■ton. It 1* • lila. k felt. almost j
new. They maintain that the eur
tent of th* wamlsh river has ,
carried the body out Into th' bay j
and I hat tt may never be it-covered, i
HE S A HARD LOSER
Mr* l_**sl* Fit kett who was di
vorced from Fost'r Ftrketl a few
months ago. tiled a petition In the
superior court 'his morning asking
Inst Im ea-husbaud be restraint d
from sanoylag ber. She I lain. thst
Ftchett. aim* the divorce w*a
granted, baa haunt"! ber home. 31*.
Ninth avenue, ami has devoted
hours to i--. ring Into the windows
ami thumping on the doors.
II Johnson, who Is staying at th* |
New Western hntrl. ha* received no!
Information of hi* missing son. who j
wss last seen Bund* afternoon at
Malison P«r_ playing ball. The j
father I* of th* opinion that his son
I. drowned. Th* hoy wa» to go to
work for th* Teale-llltl Kurmtur*
Company, on Bn oa* atsaui. Mon
day morning and a* given a num
ber of trad* llck*t* lo distribute
None of then* in •• I* ha. be- ra
mmed i" itt. etorw.
In, ' ■ .- ". ':: - - ~--- —-. "3 _r_^/ mA_l B J_f ' W
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Laces ami Trimmings, worth 7Jc « yard, arc now ...... **4
I nrc. and Trin.tnintrs. worth Si.oo a yard, arc *** __n2
l.tlllS atltl I rtlllillliil,. , riviii j j
I are. -mil Tritiimines worth 11.50 a yarn, arc now «-»*.*_■*_'
I .ate*, ami 1 riiniiniih-, vv-ti *•>•'' et oi
I trea -mil Trimmitii**.. worth Set.oo a yard, arc now _m§__\
Laces ami 1 nimnin*,**, wwui -r j • c" fvn
Laces and Trimmings, worth $3.00 a at*-, are now ?*-'w
.\ll other kinds are sold in proportion.
A DIG EMBROIDERY SALE FIUDAY-WATCH FOR PARTICULARS.
McCarthy Dry Goods Co.
Second Aye. and Madison St.
i The ease of tlie stale against Wil
■ liam Monohsn i barged with high
way robbery, was dismissed thla
afternoon by Kiiperlor Judge Tall
man un the unit Inn of the praiSl til
ing attorney. The proaertillng wit
ness In the in-, iii'iii'i- IS. Camp
bell according lo the statement fil
ml In support of the motion for die
loi-ial, has f.ininl at the Inst mo
ment that h« cannot Identify Mono
ban a* the man who held him up.
The trial of thn ease was In have
been begun .-lay
Moii'.li.tii la the beardless youth
Chief Ilelaney and Ills sleuths ur
rested for the University grounds
highway robberies after Detective*
Kennedy and llyrnea bad s pistol
■ battle with two thugs un I'nlon
Mr* Ruby d. ill' Instituted di
vorce pro*eetllugs In the superior
court this morning again I her bus-,
band. Imi i'l »■ lia.nl/ si..- i barges
him with .!" ..im.t. and cruelty.
Mr*, Rrhwsrt- secured nn order re
straining her husband from dlspoa-
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Save $ 4.50 Tomorrow
Th* cut ahowa out celebrated Vl< tor Acorn f*t**l
lutige There I* no better ateel range In thla country. •
Every rang* la fully guaranteed. The regular prlc* of
lb* Victor Aeom Bteel li. in- Is 112.10. M* will sell
you on* for cash
On Wednesday Only for $28.00
Here i. ihe opportunity of I lifetime—and you aav*
111.10 in on* Bay" On Thursday th* price ta 141.1S —and
better rang* valu* for this money cannot be found any
Monsrth Malleable Iron and Bteel lUnges —Acorn
Range* I—rlede Itange*— all fully guaranteed—l*B up;
ti down and ti t-rr uionth. _
WE OFFER HO CASH FOR ANY MONARCH RANG!
BOLD BY ÜB, NO MATTER MOW LONG ÜBED.
vj Lfl U Lll Lv i+a* ** >tcmD"'
The Big Installment House—You Pay When Convenient
Cure* Dyspepsia, Indigestion and
all foriris of atorua'-h trouble. Puri
fies thn blood. Restore* tbe ap
If you can't sleep, try It
If you are broken down, try It.
If your blood Is impure, try it.
If you have catarrh, try It.
Nothing ever discovered will go
Tilt l Iv soothe, and strengthen th*
nerves as Munyun's Paw-Psw Rem
edy. It does away with th* dettlr*
fnr beer, wine and whiskey. IlotldS
you up and make* you glad to live.
If vim are constipated, bilious,
and your liver torpid, tak* Mutv*
yon'a Paw-Paw Pills. The beat
Htomai h mil Liter Pill* on earth.
lug of property or money '"I.)' li he
i H in safe deposit vaults lb th*
city; i «*. -Sli